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Old 02-01-2013, 04:03 PM   #11
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Y'know what America needs more of?
Country music, and ICE COLD BEER!

oh wait.

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Old 02-01-2013, 04:20 PM   #12
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America needs LESS FB. And by less I mean none. That would solve your problem, Creamy.

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Old 02-01-2013, 04:26 PM   #13
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fb IS good for remembering birthdays.

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Old 02-01-2013, 04:44 PM   #14
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I'm 28 years old and I'm done with Facebook. When it first came out and was limited to college, it was great. Once they opened it up to everyone it went downhill quickly. My mom was actually offended when I declined her friend request - I'm not censoring all that stuff to avoid offending my mom.

Went on Facebook today and saw the following: Numerous baby pictures of which I'd estimate 75% are either unfortunate looking or unfortunately named, numerous animal adoption posts, several far left and far right political rants from people whose parents still pay for their cell phones (deleted them as friends today), and several sepia-toned overexposed pictures of meals that women seem to love to take and upload, but I would never eat.

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Old 02-01-2013, 04:50 PM   #15
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I'm 28 years old and I'm done with Facebook. When it first came out and was limited to college, it was great. Once they opened it up to everyone it went downhill quickly. My mom was actually offended when I declined her friend request - I'm not censoring all that stuff to avoid offending my mom.

Went on Facebook today and saw the following: Numerous baby pictures of which I'd estimate 75% are either unfortunate looking or unfortunately named, numerous animal adoption posts, several far left and far right political rants from people whose parents still pay for their cell phones (deleted them as friends today), and several sepia-toned overexposed pictures of meals that women seem to love to take and upload, but I would never eat.
Haha! An old friend of mine posted her baby asking if we would vote for him as the country's most beautiful baby. I think it was for Gerber or something. Dude... she HAS to think its the most beautiful baby... but no one else will. I cant bring myself to lie that obviously.
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America needs more chain letters.

Like this and re-post it on your wall, and I'll send you a hand-knit gew-gaw .... and I don't even know how to knit!!

(also, dude, just vote for the dang baby. they all look like drowned aliens, her's isn't any worse than any of the others, is it?)

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Im so sorry to admit that yes... its worse than most of the others

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*On Facebook, you are friends with people you know, but dislike.

*On Twitter, you follow people you don't necessarily know, but admire.

America needs LESS lawyers, whiners/complainers, fat people, stupid people, lazy people, ridiculous people, money & power ...not necessarily in that order.

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Haha! An old friend of mine posted her baby asking if we would vote for him as the country's most beautiful baby. I think it was for Gerber or something. Dude... she HAS to think its the most beautiful baby... but no one else will. I cant bring myself to lie that obviously.
I can understand the ugly baby pictures to a certain degree - there is no way to really avoid having one. I definitely have ugly beer syndrome. It's difficult to admit that sometimes I'll make a beer that misses the mark.

The unfortunate names though are what drive me nuts. I was in the grocery store a few weeks ago with my wife, two young children ran by us followed a few moments by their mother.

"Marley! Grayson! Come back here!"

Me to my wife: "One is a dog's name and the other is what you would name an apartment complex."
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Hehehehe! What kind of meals are these chicks food-porning that you wont eat?

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